Police warning over bogus workmen in the area

Police warning over bogus workmen in the area

Police in West Fife are appealing for witnesses and urging residents to be vigilant following two reports of bogus workmen targeting residents in Rosyth over the last week. Two incidents were reported to the police – one in Walter Hay Court around 1pm on Wednesday 19th April and one at around midday in Harley Street […]

Construction starts on new Fife regional indoor football facility

Construction starts on new Fife regional indoor football facility

Work has begun on building a regional indoor football training facility at the Michael Woods Sports and Leisure Centre in Glenrothes. The facility, which is funded by Fife Council and sportscotland, will be the first of its kind in Fife. Cllr Mark Hood, Executive Committee member and Chair of Fife Sports Partnership explained: “This facility will have a particular […]

32 new council homes completed on former Dunfermline B&Q site

Thirty-two new Council houses are now complete at the site of a former B&Q warehouse and petrol station at Carnock Road, Dunfermline.

32 new council homes completed on former Dunfermline B&Q site

Thirty-two new Council houses are now complete at the site of a former B&Q warehouse and petrol station at Carnock Road, Dunfermline. The site is part of Fife Council’s Affordable Housing Programme, and comprises a variety of one, two, three and five bedroomed properties ranging from one-bedroomed flats to five-bedroomed houses, and includes flats and […]

New Carnegie Library and Galleries prepares to open doors

The countdown is on for the opening of Fife’s impressive new cultural venue, Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries.

New Carnegie Library and Galleries prepares to open doors

The countdown is on for the opening of Fife’s impressive new cultural venue, Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries, set in the heart of the Heritage Quarter. Thursday 18th May 2017 is the day that the new venue will open its doors to the public. The opening weekend coincides with the national Festival of Museums, which […]

Christmas giving tree to aid Radio Forth’s Cash for Kids

Locals in Dunfermline are being encouraged to make a difference for a child in need this Christmas.

Locals in Dunfermline are being encouraged to make a difference for a child in need this Christmas by leaving a gift under the Giving Tree at a local showhome. Annfields, a Dundas Estates development, is supporting Radio Forth’s Cash for Kids Christmas Gift Appeal this Christmas. From 1-15 December, people can leave a secret Santa […]

Fife bands sought for Edinburgh’s Hogmanay

Fife bands sought for Edinburgh’s Hogmanay

Fife bands looking for their big break could get a chance to perform at Edinburgh’s Hogmanay. Headline act Paolo Nutini has been lined up to pick a winner of the new Hog the Stage competition. The Scots singer is inviting new musicians to come forward for the chance to open his sets on December 30 […]

Police gear up for winter road safety drive

Police gear up for winter road safety drive

Police in Fife are running a seven-day winter road safety initiative between 17th and 23rd October to encourage drivers to prepare for winter driving as part of the Get Ready for Winter Campaign. The team will be at a series of events across Fife and drivers are being invited to attend. Fife Divisional Road Policing […]

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